Hello, everyone! Out of pure curiosity, what is your school planning for the Fall and possibly beyond that? In consideration of your school district's guidance, what are you planning to do for instruction? (e.g.: plans to teach virtually, etc.) What might your schedule look like? My school district has planned to go fully remote until after Columbus Day. I will be providing individual instruction (work on IEP goals, ELA and Math instruction, review material from prior school year, and address academic needs) via Google Meets to each student every other day, in addition to online assignments that I will only use for data collection and not actual grades (doing the assignment=100% completion grade). On days I am not doing the 1:1 instruction, I will have the students' meet as a small group based on their grade level and I will provide about an hour with a couple breaks of Science and Social Studies instruction. A daily check-in for the whole class will also be scheduled for attendance purposes (virtual circle time and possible infusion of reading). I will also provide activities to reinforce social development and physical development weekly. After Columbus Day, only students in special classes will attend school in-person. If the public health situations improves, in November (when MP2 begins), all general education students can return (there is an option for them to extend their remote learning until the end of MP2, but the option does not exist beyond that.). At this point, hybrid is not part of the plan. The special area teachers will provide a couple activities a week. The librarian will be delivering books to the students! For related services, the plan is to provide this via Google Meets.